Long-Sharp Gallery, a fine art gallery in downtown Indianapolis, caters to fine art collectors new and experienced. As a division of Modern Masters Fine Art, the gallery's roots rest in works by important post-war and contemporary artists such as Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso and Robert Indiana. The Gallery expanded to include contemporary art in 2008 by adding Russell Young to its roster. Since then, sculpture has become an important part of the gallery's contemporary focus with the addition of artists including David Spiller, Cha Jong Rye, Sylvestre Gauvrit, Tarik Currimbhoy, and Dale Enochs. Today, the gallery roster lists top Indiana based artists including abstract painters Amy Kirchner and Tamar Kander. The gallery’s Indianapolis exhibits are often a part of the first Friday celebrations in Downtown Indianapolis. The Gallery, oft-selected as Indianapolis' best gallery, is located within the physical confines of Conrad Indianapolis. In 2016, Long-Sharp Gallery's New York Project Space opened its doors in Midtown Manhattan. The Project Space's active fine art exhibitions schedule keeps pace with that at the Indianapolis fine art gallery. Long-Sharp Gallery has been selected as one of the top galleries worldwide. It is honored to exhibit at important fine art fairs worldwide including Masterpiece London, Expo Chicago, the Seattle Art Fair, and Art Miami, among others.